Bugs found in Zoom for Android:
Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk

ZOOM Cloud Meetings
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Zoom is a popular service for video conferencing, online meetings and distance learning for students. Over 500,000 customer organizations rely on the application in conducting their daily meetings.

Anyone who creates an account can arrange a meeting. A free account allows you to conduct a video conference lasting 40 minutes.

As it got high popularity because of the current global situation, we could not but include it in our Bug Crawl section.

Unable to ‘Update Password’ when using Google Account for sign-up
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Launch Zoom App
  2. Sign in, using Google Account
  3. Tap on ‘Settings’
  4. Tap on Google Account’s name
  5. Tap on ‘Update Password’
  6. Enter valid Google Account’s password as an ‘Old Password’, and fill ‘New Password’ and ‘Confirm’ fields accordingly
  7. Tap on ‘Save’

Environment:

Samsung Galaxy A5 + Android 7.0

Actual result:

Password Change Error popup, saying ‘Old password is wrong.’

Expected result:

Message about successful update of a Password

Search in ‘Default Call-In Country/Region’ isn’t functional. Unable to set ‘Default Call-In Country/Region’
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Launch Zoom App
  2. Sign in, using Google Account
  3. Tap on ‘Settings’
  4. Tap on Google Account’s name
  5. Tap on ‘Default Call-In Country/Region’
  6. Enter any Country name

Environment:

Samsung Galaxy A5 + Android 7.0

Actual result:

Search doesn’t produce any results. Entered Country name isn’t saved anywhere.

Expected result:

Country search produces adequate results. Information entered is stored and used in the App.

Meeting Password’ field keeps input focus, once enabled, even when – disabled after.
Severity:

Blocker

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Launch Zoom App
  2. Sign in, using Google Account
  3. Tap on the ‘Meeting’ icon, to get on to the Meetings Screen.
  4. Tap on the ‘Edit’ button near the default personal meeting.
  5. Tap on Meeting Password toggle, notice Password input appeared.
  6. Fill in Password value.
  7. Try switching focus by tapping on other Toggles on Personal Meeting ID Screen, notice focus keeped on Password field, and keypad – still visible.
  8. Try to Tap on Meeting Password toggle again – to Disable it. Notice Password input being hidden, but keypad – still active, and accepts input.
  9. Type something on a keypad and toggle Meeting Password – to Enable it. Notice input made while Password was Disabled – appears as Password – once Meeting Password toggled to Enabled.

Environment:

Samsung Galaxy A5 + Android 7.0

Actual result:

Password field stays focused, once Enabled, even when – Disabled afterwards.

Expected result:

Password field loses focus once tapped anywhere else.

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Bugs found in Zoom for Android:
Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk
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